Devin Townsend - Terria CD (album) cover


Devin Townsend


Experimental/Post Metal

4.23 | 528 ratings

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5 stars Terria is for sure Devin Townsend's true masterpiece! This album covers a wide range of feeling and emotion, as well as staying to his Strapping Young Lad metal roots.

"Olives" is a weird intro to the album. It starts with voices and birds, and then begins to repeat a riff, which then blends into "Mountain". This song is just beautiful, it actually makes you feel like a mountaineer, with its powerful riffs. "Deep Peace" starts soft and slowly builds into a "metal waltz", with a sweet guitar solo. "Canada" is a song inspired deeply from driving on the Canadian freeway, as sighted by the lyrics, which then blends directly into "Down and Under" This song is very melodic, and has an impressive part with alot of vocal harmony. "The Fluke" is just awesome. Its complex and its fun at the same time. "Nobody's Here" is a melancholic song. Kind of sounds like something Roger Waters would write. "Tiny Tears" is a deep atmospheric song. "Stagnant" is the final track, with a bright and joyful atmosphere. I think the lyrics might have come from Devin's bipolar disorder.

Overall, if you've sampled a track and enjoyed it, i suggest this album. Devin Townsend is still not for everyone, however. Either way, enjoy!

lmaorofllollmao | 5/5 |


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